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CARTERET COUNTY "NEWS TOIES, MOJtESEAD CHT AND BEAUFORT, N. C,
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Quids, Mom, The Hot Bread
By Cecily Brownstem
Associated Press Food Editor
One of the most versatile , of
all oven products is a loaf of quick
bread. It's delicious at breakfast,
lunch or snacktime, and wonder
ful at buffet suppers, too. Some
how a good loaf of this kind has
the ability to "pick up" the
simplest meal. Spread with butter
or margarine it can be served with
the main course or used as a des
sert; or fashion 1 delicious cream
cheese sandwiches of It to accom
pany a fruit or vegetable salad.
Your family will love Pineapple
Nut Bread served for breakfast.
If it's sliced, spread with butter
and broiled lightly it will make a
sweet, crisp toast - that's delect
able to taste. Here's the recipe:
Pineapple Nut Bread
1 12 cups sifted enriched flour,
3 teaspoons baking powder, 1 tea
spobn salt, 13 cup sugar, 2 eggs,
23 cup pineapple juice, 12 cup
crushed pineapple (drained), 1 12
cups rolled oats, 23 cup chopped
nutmeats, 13 cup melted fat.
Sift together flour, baking pow
der, salt and sugar into a medium
sized mixing bowl. Beat the eggs
in a small bowl, add the pineapple
juice, mix well and add to dry in
gredients; mix only until dry in
gredients are dampened. Add
pineapple, rolled oats, nutmeats
and melted fat and fold in. Turn
into bread pan (1 pound size) that
has been lined with waxed paper
and bake in a moderate (350 de
grees F.) oven for 1 hour to 1
hour and 15 minutes. Turn out
of pan, remove paper at once and
cool on rack. Store in bread box
one day before slicing.
One of the best things about
these quick breads is that even a
novice can not fail with them
they're so easy to prepare. Make
this Banana Nut Bread ahead of
time when company's coming. I
served it recently with a small
'daisy" ham, grilled sweet pota
toes and a head lettuce and to-.
mato salad, and it was a great hit.
My gueas ate it right through the
meal and then let it double for
dessert with lots of good strong
Banana Nut Bread
13 cup fat, 23 cup sugar 2
eggs, 1 cup sfited enriched flour,
2 teaspoons baking powder, 12
teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon
salt, 1 cup mashed bananas (2 or
3 ripe bananas), 23 cup chopped
nutmeats, 1 cup rolled oats.
Cream fat; add sugar gradually
and cream well. Add eggs, one at
a time, beating, well , after oack
addition. Sift together flour, bak
ing powder, baking soda and salt
Add to creamed mixture alternate
ly with mashed bananas. Fold in
nutmeats and rolled oats. Turn in
to greased paper-lined bread pan
(1 pound size) and bake in a
moderate (350 degrees F.) oven
for 1 hour or until done. Store in
bread box one day before slicing.
One of the best things about
these two recipes for quick breads
is that they make such good use
of nutritious, economical rolled
oats. What with the high cost of
food it's good idea to serve oat
meal not' only as a breakfast
cereal but to feature it in other
dishes it will help give your fa
mily the energy and body-building
material they need with no drain
on the budget
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PINEAPPLE NUT BREAD . . . Serve it for breakfast
Nov. 30 Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Bowlin, Jr. and son, Ray, of Char
lotte, spent the Thanksgiving holi
day with Mrs. A. N. Bell and fa
mily. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dottier and
daugliter, of Charlotte, passed
through Wednesday evening en
route to Bachelor to visit Mr., and
Mrs. Will Harris.
Jesse Temple and his father-in-law,
Mr. Smith, of Winston-Salem,
spent the holidays wilh Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph G. Temple.
spent the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mason. ,
Mrs. Ashby B. Morton, who has
been visiting in Raleigh, returned
home Wednesday afternoon. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Burney L. Wither
ihgton and children, Phil, Beverly
and Terry, of Vanceboro, visited
Mrs. W. C. Williams Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Creech were
in Beaufort Tuesday afternoon to
see Dr. Moore.
Miss Betty Jane Mason, who has
been visiting Mrs. Xenophon Ma
son at Marshallberg, returned
Mrs. Lottie V. Adams and son,
A. P., motored to Goldsboro Sat
urday for Mrs. Adams to see Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Greshman Mason
and sons, Johnnie and David, of
Potomac Heights, Maryland, have
returned home after visiting rela
tives here and at Uottie.
Mr. and Mrs. John llardison and
daughter, Cherry Dawn, of neur
New Bern, spent the holidays here
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams and
daughter, Alexis, of Vanceboro,
spent the weekend with Mrs. W. C.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace
and daughter, Sandra, spent the
holidays with telative near Wa
lace. Mrs. Emma Oglesby and Mrs.
Chnrlie Rell were in Hnanfnrl Vr-
. miss Mary urn Mason, student ai I $ay
Woman's College, Greensboro, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ball
were in New Bern Friday on bu
Mrs. Vera Bell and Miss Yvonne
Bell were in Morehead City early
Friday morning on business. s
Mr.' and Mrs W. Kuch Willinms
and son, Gary, Mrs. E. R. Bowlin,
Jr. and son, Roy, motored to Bay
View Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cicero W. Taylor
and daughters, Misses Fraye, Shir
ley and Etta spent Thanksgiving
in Morehead City with Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Creech spent
the weekend in Smithfield, with his
mother who fell last week and
broke her leg.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merriell, of
Cherry Point, spent Thursday with,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Temple.
Mrs. Carl H. Morton, Misses Pat-
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blanton, of I ricia and Elizabeth Morton and
Asheville, spent the holidays with Mrs. Joe Sadler Morton spent Fri
day afternoon in Beaufort to see
Mrs. William Noe and Mrs. Dallas
James R. Ward, Jr., U. S. N is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Ward ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cicero W. Taylor
and daughters, Misses Faye, Shir
ley an'd Etta visited Mrs. Clayton
Everette near Greenville during
Mrs. Carlton J. Taylor was in
Beaufort Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Everette Taylor
and Louis Willis were in Newport
Mr. and Mrs. Willie G. Temple,
(Miss Elizabeth Temple, Clyde N.
Temple of Beaufort, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Guy Temple and sons, Ca
rey and Floyd, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Nov. 30 'Chief and Mrs. Paul
Reach em fend small daughter and
Mrs, Harry Tpcy, 111 of Norfolk,
Va., spent Thanksgiving day here
with parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
Beachem and family.
Mrs. Graydea Barker jad child
ren, of Oriental, spent (he holidays
sere with parents, Mr. and Mrs. P
Miss Inez Smith spent Saturday
at Morehead City with Mrs. Eliza
beth Lewis. ,
Mr. Jesse Wade and Mr. H. M.
Cox, Francis Wade and 'Clifton
Cox all spent a while in New Bern,
Miss Mary Sue DaiL of W. C. U.
N. C, of Greensboro, spent (he
holiday here with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. J. W. DaH.
Dr. und Mrs. H. V. Pate, of
Goldsboro, spent the holidays here
with Iter parents, Mr. nd Mrs.
Mrs. G. D. Hill spent Friday at
Bettie with her daughter, Mrs.
at ywr grocer
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Earl Webb Temple Sunday after
noon. Mrs. Carl H. Morton, Miss Eli
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Sadler were in New Bern Monday
The Woman's Society of Christ
ian Service will have their Study
class on "On Our Own Doorsteps,"
at Mrs. W. C. Williams' Friday
evening, December 3 at 7 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Adair, of
Beaufort and Miss Karen McLaw
horn, of Vanceboro, were guests
of Mrs. Ashby B. Morton Thurs
On Friday evening, Nov. 26 at
Taylor's community hall, Paul Jar
man, Jr. was given a birthday par
ty by his sisters, Mrs. Vernon Lee
Hancock and Miss Eleanor Jarmnn.
Beautiful fall flowers were used
as large bouquets on the tables.
Games and contest were led by
Mrs. Mnncock and Miss Jarman.
Junior was given a large number
of lovely and useful gifts by his
Guests were served home-made
candies, an iced drink and cookies.
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